Semigorodnyaya Railway Station
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Semigorodnyaya Railway Station

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Semigorodnyaya - railway station and village in the district Kharovsk Vologda Region, the administrative center Semigorodnyaya rural settlement. Located on the banks of the river Dvinitsa. Located 15 km south-west of the regional center (Kharovsk).

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A: Semigorodnyaya School

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Semigorodnyaya School

B: Semigorodnyaya, narrow-gauge railway

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Semigorodnyaya, narrow-gauge railway

C: Semigorodnyaya Dvinitsa 2

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Semigorodnyaya Dvinitsa 2

D: River Dvinitsa at village Semigorodnyaya

by dmitry-o-belov, 1.4 km away

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River Dvinitsa at village Semigorodnyaya

E: River Kubena at village Sibla

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River Kubena at village Sibla

F: Road to Ozerki. Winter.

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Road to Ozerki. Winter.

G:

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H: "Matera" aka "Bald glade"

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"Matera" aka "Bald glade"

I: Sholpinskoe Lake

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Sholpinskoe Lake

J: On the shore of the swamp

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On the shore of the swamp

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